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Dulaney Business Class Hosts Mental Health Day

Dulaney Business Class Hosts Mental Health Day

Esha Singhai, Editor-in-chief May 26, 2022

As the end of the school year approaches, Dulaney students are finding it harder to get through their classes. With finals and AP exams being in-person for the first time in two years, the mental health...

2022-2023 SMOB Election

Michelle Wang, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

Since its inception, the Student Member of the Board (SMOB) represents the 111,000 students in Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS). The SMOB has voting rights on BCPS matters, advocates for the needs...

Russia and Ukraine: A Tragedy in Context

Ryan Tiedemann, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

On Feb. 20, 2014, the Russian Federation, under President Vladimir Putin, invaded and annexed the Ukrainian territory of Crimea. Eight years later, on Feb. 24, 2022, the very same Russian Federation, under...

Biden Signs Executive Order to Curve Trajectory of Climate Change

Laura Pohl, Staff Writer May 26, 2022

Climate change is never a topic on the forefront of people’s minds. Yes, the temperatures are rising, there are wildfires in California and Australia and the icebergs are melting. A more immediate issue...

Record-Breaking Year Increases Collegiate Selectivity

Record-Breaking Year Increases Collegiate Selectivity

Sophia Paranzino, Editor-in-chief May 26, 2022

Unprecedented, record-breaking, extraordinary; these are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the recent years that have been everything but normal. The pandemic has had a far-reaching...

Food and Nutrition Class to be Cut Next Year

Anna Albergo, Editor-in-Chief May 26, 2022

While completing class registration for next school year, students noticed a few changes on their registration papers. Several classes will be cut, including Food and Nutrition, a cooking class that has...

Senior Prom – A Return to Normalcy

Michelle Wang, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

Dulaney’s Class of 2022 Class Council has been hard at work planning this year’s prom. Senior prom will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 7 pm at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel.  Jenna...

Drug Use at Dulaney: A Negative Narrative

Jackie Sibila, Editor April 4, 2022

Teen drug use and abuse is a nationwide issue that has not escaped Dulaney High School. Recently, bathrooms have been locked due to smoking, among other things, and an occasional heavy cloud of marijuana...

The Rise of Students Controlling Their Own Time

Sophia Paranzino, Editor-in-Chief April 4, 2022

The opportunity to leave school early would certainly be one relished by many high school students. At Dulaney High School, students can do just that, with seniors having the ability to take a reduced...

If the spot is too good to be true, it is

If the spot is too good to be true, it is

Brooke Ellis and Erin Patterson April 4, 2022

If someone pulled up to Dulaney High School at 7:15 a.m., they would most likely be stuck in traffic, waiting to get a good parking spot. If they pulled up any later, they would see an abundance of new...

Another half credit of health?

Lily Hemmeter, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

Recently, Baltimore County Public Schools announced a change to their health credit requirements for graduation. Students will now have to take a half-credit of health in freshman or sophomore year in...

Russia vs. Ukraine: “There is no purgatory for war criminals. They go straight to hell.”

Russia vs. Ukraine: “There is no purgatory for war criminals. They go straight to hell.”

Cassie Weymouth, Editor March 10, 2022

This situation is currently developing and some information may be outdated. Background: February 24, 2022: Air raid sirens sounded for the first time since World War II in Lviv, Ukraine. This is...

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